Microsoft has started pushing out the Denim update for Verizon Lumia users who have a 922 or 928. However, if you have an Icon, you will have to wait a bit longer.
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After launching its first Windows tablet earlier this year, iBall is now selling its first Windows Phone too - the Andi 4L PULSE, which has an ultra-affordable price tag of just Rs.4,899 ($77).
Microsoft has formally announced that the rollout of its Lumia Denim update has begun for a "limited number of devices in selected markets", with a wider rollout scheduled for early January.
The latest firmware update from Microsoft is now rolling-out to select devices around the world including India and Europe. The focus currently is on the low-end devices as they're the most numerous.
The long awaited Lumia Denim update is finally available for a few Lumia Windows Phones in China. It brings a variety of improvements to your Windows Phone device.
Netflix has given its Windows Phone app a facelift, bringing a new design and several new features that put the app on par with its versions on other platforms.
Microsoft's first smartphone without the Nokia logo, the Lumia 535 is currently experiencing touch sensitivity issues. Redmond has confirmed the issue and is now working on a fix around it.
With the leak of Windows 10 build 9901, a new unified Windows Store beta showed up in the release, which features a new UI. Phone apps, Music, and Videos are also showing up in the new app.
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It looks like Windows Phone users will be getting a pleasant surprise tonight in the form of a new update for the Facebook beta app which just received a significant update and is now available.
Sprint's HTC 8XT may no longer be on sale but the handset is still set to receive at least one major upgrade still. According to HTC the handset will see the Windows Phone 8.1 update this month.
Microsoft has landed another big-name app in its store, Candy Crush Saga, which is a big win for the platform - but it arrives today on Windows Phone over two years after it was first launched on iOS.
More images have surfaced of what was originally thought to be an upcoming Lumia 1030. Unfortunately it looks like this is the canceled Lumia McLaren flagship expected last fall
Microsoft and developer Mojang have released the first version of "Minecraft" for a mobile Windows platform, as the pocket edition of the game is now available for $6.99 on Windows Phone.
Despite saying in February that it could not "take the risk" on Microsoft's mobile OS until its market share and app situation improved, Acer is said to be launching multiple Windows Phones next year.
Microsoft's '12 Days of Deals' holiday promotion is in full swing and today, the company is offering the BLU Win HD Windows Phone starting at $99 in store or $129 online.
Just in time for Christmas, Microsoft's entry-level Windows Phone, the Lumia 520, has now dropped to its lowest price ever, with the AT&T model currently available for just $29 off-contract.
Domino's Pizza has introduced Cortana voice interaction support to its Windows Phone app in the UK and Ireland, and has also added SmartGlass device support for its Xbox One app.
According to leaks, HTC is looking to launch a total of four versions of its new Hima/M9 flagship including a premium handset, the 'Ultra', alongside two Windows Phone versions.
Selfies are a big trend but most selfie cameras suck. Microsoft hopes to address this with the Lumia 735, which comes with a higher resolution and better quality five megapixel front facing camera.
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Sprint has officially stopped selling Windows Phones but the carrier says they are committed to the platform and will have new devices in the near future, though no exact timeframe was given
If you registered to test out the VLC beta for Windows Phone, you can now download the beta from the Windows Store as the app finally got approved by Microsoft.
Almost two years after it launched on iOS and Android, the BBC Sport app is finally available on Windows Phone - although it's little more than a web wrapper, with many key features missing.
It looks like XOLO may be preparing to launch its second Windows Phone, as 10,000 units of a new 'Win Q1000' handset have been shipped to India, along with 2,000 dummy units for retail stores.
The iPhone 6 launch was obviously successful but according to the latest data it was so great that Apple's marketshare increased by more than ten percent in the UK with smaller gains around the world.
Microsoft has alerted users of its Nokia Trailers app on Windows Phone - which offers easy access to the latest movie trailers - that the app will be shutting down later this month.
In its latest report on the state of the smartphone market, IDC is predicting that Windows Phone will see strong sales increases over the next few years alongside the rest of the market players.
Huawei has said that "nobody made any money in Windows Phone" but they are forgetting that for two key players, they have made a lot of money using Microsoft's mobile operating system.
Lava - parent company of XOLO - has launched its first Windows Phone in India, with a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200, 1GB RAM, front and rear cameras, and an ultra-low price tag of just Rs.4,999 ($81).
This is what we have been waiting for, the successor to the Lumia 1020. But, new details show that the flagship handset might have a new type of LED flash system instead of the highly favored Xenon.
Images have shown up online showing off what appears to be the successor of the Lumia 1020, called RM-1052 the images show it from all angles with the inclusion of a camera 'hump'.
For less than $100, you can now buy the Microsoft Lumia 635 4G Windows Phone, and a 7-inch Windows 8.1 tablet, with a free one-year Office 365 subscription and unlimited OneDrive online storage.
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Microsoft is to launch its business intelligence tool, Power BI, on mobile, starting with iOS. A beta test is expected to begin soon.
The latest report from AdDuplex shows that the new low-end Lumia 630/635 is gaining ground, that Windows Phone 8.1 is now the dominant OS and unveils at least three new Lumia devices.
After a public sign-up process went live yesterday, and quickly filled up, users who managed to get on the list will now test out and enjoy the beta version of VLC Media Player for Windows Phone.
You can now join the VLC beta test for the upcoming Windows Phone application. This will be the first semipublic preview of the long-awaited app after the x86 version went public almost two years ago.
Windows Phone users will be happy to know that all of the Angry Birds games are now available for free. This is a limited time offer and perfect timing for the holidays.
Microsoft has released another commercial that puts Siri against Cortana and this time around, it's the HTC One M8 with Windows Phone and the Dot View case taking charge and making fun of Siri.
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Microsoft has been releasing Cortana vs Siri commercials for some time and the latest version goes after the iPhone 6 and how Siri has not been improved with iOS 8.
The mobile giant plans to scale back the number of unique mobile phone devices it produces by up to 30% in order to save money and increase profits after sales declines in previous months.
Two big names are launching official apps for Windows Phone today. Duolingo helps you easily learn a second language while Wolfram Alpha can give you the answer to life, the universe and everything.
PayPal is bringing its Here mobile app and credit card reader - which plugs into a phone via its 3.5mm headphone jack - to Windows and Windows Phone 8.1, with a pilot program launching in early 2015.
Microsoft's low-cost Lumia 635 4G Windows Phone usually costs around $100, but it will be available for just $39.99 on Black Friday - even more affordable than the entry-level Lumia 530.
Microsoft aims to have the best experience with video editing on your Windows Phone by introducing its new first-party application, Movie Creator, which is now available as a beta.
The carrier's representatives have made some public comments regarding the availability of the Lumia Denim firmware update. According to them branded devices should receive the update early next year.
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